This is the third Part of my September 2017 Memories


Japanese Drumming? This Van was parked next to our car for several days. So who were these Japanese people who were our neighbours? We never saw anybody going to that cabin next to ours. Why on earth was that van parked there? It was a mystery. Finally a woman appeared on the scene. She came out of the cabin and apparently was getting ready to leave the place. She looked Japanese to me. Eventually,Β  I started talking to her. It turned out, she spoke perfect Australian. She explained that she was about to leave to go to some schools where she would give lessons in Japanese drumming.Β  Β Yes, she was Japanese. Somehow, when she mentioned her husband, I asked her, whether he was Japanese too. She said, oh no, he’s a Newcastle bloke!



One morning we went from our holiday park for a short walk to Morrison Park. From there we could go down to the beach.







3 thoughts on “This is the third Part of my September 2017 Memories

  1. This is all so magnificent, and looks so peaceful, Uta!

    I think a big part of the fun when traveling is meeting people from all over the world and from close to home! It’s always a surprise where people are from and where they are traveling, too! I’m very friendly, so I talk to a lot of people when I’m traveling. πŸ™‚
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Carolyn! I am sure I’d love to talk to you too when meeting you on my travels. Is there a chance that you might travel in Australia? πŸ™‚
      HUGS! πŸ™‚

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